ScGAI is a key regulator of culm development in sugarcane

ScGAI is a key regulator of culm development in sugarcane

Rafael Garcia Tavares, Prakash Lakshmanan, Edgar Peiter, Anthony O'Connell, Camila Caldana, Renato Vicentini, José Sérgio Soares, Marcelo Menossi

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Agradecimentos: This work was supported by the São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP: research grants 2012/06877-9, 2014/15458-5 to RGT and 2013/15576-5 to MM)

Sugarcane contributes more than 70% of sugar production and is the second largest feedstock for ethanol production globally. Since sugar accumulates in sugarcane culms, culm biomass and sucrose content are the most commercially important traits. Despite e

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ScGAI is a key regulator of culm development in sugarcane

Rafael Garcia Tavares, Prakash Lakshmanan, Edgar Peiter, Anthony O'Connell, Camila Caldana, Renato Vicentini, José Sérgio Soares, Marcelo Menossi


										

ScGAI is a key regulator of culm development in sugarcane

Rafael Garcia Tavares, Prakash Lakshmanan, Edgar Peiter, Anthony O'Connell, Camila Caldana, Renato Vicentini, José Sérgio Soares, Marcelo Menossi

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    Journal of experimental botany

    Vol. 69, no. 16 (july, 2018), p. 3823-3837